Komok

Hungarian Designers
Komok is a furniture and design brand that works closely with local designers and manufacturers to provide high-quality and sustainable solutions. Their constantly developing offer of products and bespoke furniture satisfy the demand of both business and private clients. In their work, the functionalism of the technical approach meets with timeless, clear forms and aesthetics. Keep reading

Forms Design

Hungarian Designers
One of the two artists behind Forms Design is a certified product design engineer and the other is a design artist. In collaborative work, they constantly strive for quality and uniqueness by combining skills and knowledge. A good traditional design approach is essential to them. With well-designed furniture is not solely a beautiful object, but… Keep reading

Concrazy

Hungarian Designers
The designers of Concrazy strive to create furniture and interior design elements that provide a lasting visual and functional experience, which awakens the person’s desire to own, the use of which, but only the sight of it, is a pleasure. The creation of such a piece requires creative design without conventions, elaboration of details with… Keep reading

Botos Balázs

Hungarian Designers
Balazs Botos lives and works in Hungary, Budapest. He studied at University of West Hungary. That was the place where he fell in love with ceramics. His intention is to create objects especially from porcelain, which warm one’s heart just by looking at it. The functionality is also an important part of his design process… Keep reading

Antal Balázs

Hungarian Designers
The founder of the BAANTAL brand is Balázs Antal, a ceramic artist and painter. The aim of the designer is to create unique functional objects and unique individual works and to apply their common intersection. Each item is made entirely by hand. In addition to the personality of the designer, the focus of the works is on the quality of special silicate materials and hand painting in accordance with the spirit of art and craft. He prefers to mix traditional ceramic and porcelain painting methods with his own brush work methods so thats why his objects can be easily identified. Keep reading

Riederauer Dóra

Up-and-comers
‘BABA’ is a collection of soft woollen objects that function both as furniture and as suspended art that invites people to touch and float through the subconscious memories from before birth and find themselves in a peaceful state of mind. The wool of the hammock-like swings is an ancient, natural material. Therefore, it evokes a… Keep reading

Kovács Kristóf

Up-and-comers
This year’s 10-year-old FabLab Budapest is part of an international open innovation network. We work with SPACE10, Politecnico di Milano, founded by IKEA, or the IAAC in Barcelona, on global sustainability projects. We are changing the traditional system of the product manufacturing process in the age of digital manufacturing technology, reducing its ecological footprint. Today,… Keep reading

Kokomo

Up-and-comers
Handmade unique objects inspired by Japanese ikebana culture. Characterized by a playful world of form and freestyle. It can be a functional tool for homemade floral compositions and used for creations made with cut or even dried flowers. Let’s play! Keep reading

Itthon Design Studio

Up-and-comers
Itthon. intends to broaden the possibilities of craftsmen in Vojvodina, by relying on the traditions and know-how of small-scale industries. The first collection is inspired by the moderate common sense of peasants’ culture and the colours of the land. The products are long-lasting, small-series everyday objects made from local base natural materials, like wood, cane and ceramic Keep reading

Cserba Anna

Up-and-comers
The LINUS lounge chair was created to reflect the spirit of the Bauhaus, referring to its 100 years anniversary. The combination of art and technology offers the opportunity to create a harmonious appearance both in form and function.  LINUS has three main elements, all are made by bending plywood.  The seat is lifted from the… Keep reading